Veluwe fungi and birds


Fungi, 12 November 2017

Still 12 November 2017 in the Veluwe. After the stream and clouded agaric mushrooms in the morning, we went to Het Loo again in the afternoon. Where we saw fungi like these ones …

Fungi on branch, 12 November 2017

… and these ones (probably Trametes ochracea) …

Orange fungi, 12 November 2017

… and these orange ones …

Fungi and lichen, 12 November 2017

… and these ones, sharing a branch with lichens.

We hear nuthatch sound.

Candlesnuff fungi, 12 November 2017

Small candlesnuff fungi.

Sulphur tufts, 12 November 2017

And somewhat bigger sulphur tuft fungi.

Sulphur tufts, on 12 November 2017

On the forest floor, we could see wild boar have been digging.

Tinder fungi, 12 November 2017

Tinder fungi, on various standing …

Tinder fungi, 12 November 2017

Tinder fungus, on 12 November 2017

… and fallen trees.

Fungi, on 12 November 2017

Finally, these ones.

Stay tuned for 13 November 2017 in the Veluwe region!

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